Steve Wynn ends legal battle with Nevada

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Steve Wynn has ended a long-running legal battle with Nevada gambling regulators that started with sexual misconduct claims.

He has agreedto pay a $10m fine and cut ties to the industry he helped shape in Las Vegas.The Nevada Gaming Commission accepted a settlement yesterday to end the state’s look at allegations that led to Wynn’s resignation from his corporate empire in February 2018.

Wynn admitted no wrongdoing. The decision was 4-0. Commission chairwoman Jennifer Togliatti abstained from voting, citing a conflict arising from her previous work as a state court mediator.

Wynn is now 81 and lives in Florida. He did not attend the hearing held in Carson City and livestreamed on the internet. His attorney, Colby Williams, called the case the final regulatory matter that Wynn faced stemming from the allegations five years ago.

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Wynn “looks forward to moving on to other phases of his life,” Williams told The Associated Press.

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